1. Resources Home
  2. Early Years
  3. Geography
  4. Locational knowledge
  5. Oceania
The Seven Continents Interactive Game

The Seven Continents Interactive Game

This fun, engaging interactive on-screen game is guaranteed to help your children learn and remember the seven continents! Featuring fun animal characters the children quickly learn the seven continents through creating the animal noises associated with each continent. This resource also includes a cut and stick continents worksheet for the children to consolidate their knowledge. The game also provides a quick and fun filler for any moment!
Duffos_15
Travel the world interactive notebook file

Travel the world interactive notebook file

Travel the World interactive notebook file exploring countries from the seven continents of the world. From the main map click on a country to find out more about it, displays a map shaped flag of the country with a simple key fact. Suitable for an introduction to a geography topic on continents and oceans.
suebee1
Countries of the World, landmarks

Countries of the World, landmarks

Posters suitable for a role-play area showing 15 countries from around the world. Each poster has a map shaped flag and landmark from the country, further resources are available which have key facts on.
suebee1
Exploring St Lucia

Exploring St Lucia

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Geography unit Exploring St Lucia. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Draw arrows as to where what continent is each country  in (continent and country identification)

Draw arrows as to where what continent is each country in (continent and country identification)

Worksheet with several countries listed, the task is to draw arrows from each country as to what continent they are on, atlases can be very useful and help develop map reading/ atlas skills. Extension to the task is to work out whether if you were visiting the country if you were to drive/take a plane/ or a boat there, getting the children to think about travel, would you drive to Australia for example? This worksheet can be used as a base and edited as to how you like. I used this after the easter holidays are the countries listed were places the class teddies had visited over the holidays.
mulroym
The Haka: ICT, Drama, PE & History Topic

The Haka: ICT, Drama, PE & History Topic

This resource is a medium term plan for teaching the Haka. Rather than be delivered solely as a PE session this Medium Term Plan will demonstrate links with other subjects such as ICT, history and Drama. Using two example session plans, there are demonstrative links as to how assistive technology could be used during the session. This unit of work would work well around a yearly Geography topic looking at different nations of the commonwealth and with a different focus in each 6 week block. The sessions in this unit of work focus on getting the students to recreate the Haka (both dance and audio) and use ICt to record it for editing and to create a short video. Throughout the sessions there is some filtering of knowledge/history to do with New Zealand and the Haka. Would work well with a Primary school class or an SEN class.
GoldSEN
Year 2 Geography Planning and Resources

Year 2 Geography Planning and Resources

Year 2 Geography units (22 lessons in total), with lesson plans and all of the resources needed for each lesson. Locational Knowledge - The UK (10 lessons) Place Knowledge - Islands (12 lessons) (Please ignore the third product, as it is only there as there needs to be a minimum of 3 products to create a 'bundle' on TES) There is a PDF of all of the files and an editable version of each file (you just need to delete the watermark logo from each of the editable files). You can find more Geography planning and teaching resources on the Save Teachers' Sundays website.
SaveTeachersSundays
Teacher Pack: Coastal Ecology

Teacher Pack: Coastal Ecology

In this pack you will find a range of ideas, activities, resources and lesson plans, designed to allow you to engage students on the topic of Coastal Ecology, facilitate learning and maximise understanding of natural coastal processes and management strategies for the local beaches, foreshores and dunes on the Gold Coast. Resources are created for targeted year groups and include clear curriculum links. Our coastline is teeming with life. From the great sandy dunes of South Stradbroke Island, to the rocky shore at Burleigh headland, to the coastal wetlands of Coombabah, there is an abundance of plant and animal life of all shapes and sizes. To the naked eye, the sandy beach environment could be likened to a desert. Take a closer look though, and you can find a wide range of flora and fauna. In fact, just one bucket of sand can hold more diversity than an entire rainforest! Dunes are critical to the health of our beaches. They are buffer zones that reduce the impact of shoreline variability on our city. Vegetation is vital to the maintenance of the dune system. It protects the beach from erosive wave action. The dunes, rocky shores and mangroves are home to an assortment of wildlife, including reptiles, insects, birds and mammals. The resources in this pack allow you and your students to explore the Coastal Ecology and its habitats of the Gold Coast, through engaging and thought provoking activities. https://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/griffith-centre-coastal-management/community-projects/coasted/programs/resources/teacher-pack-coastal-ecology
coasted